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Grain brings Appalachian Mountain Music to the Creek

Coming up next Friday, August 5 from 6:30–8:00 p.m. is another fun Evening of Music at Shaver’s Creek. Come see local band Grain take the new stage and fill the woods with great music!

Grain is a group of four friends who have been playing Appalachian Mountain music together for nearly a decade.  Grain was formed in October 2010, but the band’s members are veterans of many other groups  – including Appalachian Alchemy, Summer Reign, Grass Stained Genes, and Sweetwater, to name a few.  Influenced by styles ranging from bluegrass and blues to gypsy jazz and grunge, Grain blends tight vocal harmonies with potently precise instrumentals to perform original songs and high octane arrangements of American classics. Take a listen to some of their tunes below!

Tickets are $5/person “at the door” for ages 6 and up. Feel free to bring a picnic to eat on the lawn; but no alcohol, please. Call 863-2000 with questions.

Also, look for tickets to go on sale soon for the 2nd Shaver’s Creek Music Festival to be held in early Fall. This year’s lineup tentatively includes Dreams and Bones, Mama Corn, Skytop Blues, and King Cotton Rounders. Stay tuned for further details in the coming weeks as we finalize ticket information.

Below, Grain is: Ian M. (banjo), Caleb T. (bass/vocals), Ben J. (mandolin/vocals), and Cory K. (guitar).

Grain

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